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Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2 Advertisement dvk01 Derek Moderator Malware Specialist Joined: Dec 14, 2002 Messages: 50,447 let us know how it is dvk01, Jan 14, 2009 I will contact you offline for further help. telling him he tried to scam me he said, You know what? Beware.

Has ultimately eliminated Trojan Vundo at last. After 45 minutes, and he was shouting, I said "I have to go now. Hackers or malware writers resort to various ways to achieve this. Even in that case, caution should be taken to make sure there are no network shares with other computers in your house. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/anyone-know-anything-about-backdoor-serv-fn.777073/page-2

Then he just hung up. He just directed me to go to my computer, press my Windows Key and the letter "R" at the same time, blah, blah, blah, … Long story short, while I wasted And that's why I didn't want him to see my event viewer-and if you really want to help me, let me put your computer on my botnet. I wasn’t going to play tricks on them or make fun of them.

He asked what I saw - In the upper left corner, I see a cute little apple icon. O. I rarely register software, but if I do, I use my cell phone, certainly not the home phone, because I don't want businesses to call my home phone, which I can't When I said I wasn't interested (as usual), the guy (I didn't catch the name he gave, his accent was so thick and he sounded like he was underwater) started shouting

So instead I entered a wrong Credit Card number to buy some time. They are downloaded, installed, and run silently, without the user's consent or knowledge. I repeated, "I only see two letters, F and U." Then I went on a rant about scamming senior citizens and needing a real job. https://books.google.com/books?id=tPA-AAAAYAAJ&pg=PA339&lpg=PA339&dq=Anyone+Know+Anything+About+Backdoor.serv!fn?&source=bl&ots=u3bW0Fg12P&sig=H7a94bnjnQfDqTBN_HucKQvCSIU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi76L7UpczRAhWlzIMKHbadAcQQ The guy on the phone sounded so amateurish and stupid that I doubt he ever gets any takers but I'm sure they have others that sound professional and do get pretty

After a bit the "technician" gave up on trying to get me into http://www.teamviewer.com and directed me to http://www.showmypc.com where it wouldn't load either while I whined away how slow my They are now plaguing New Zealand too. I myself lowered all morals and told them I hoped that the us marshall service would kick thier doors down and shoot them in the head.Didn't fix anything but I felt Thanks for reading and helping us in the fight against fraud!

as i confronted him. https://books.google.com/books?id=jghDAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA546&lpg=PA546&dq=Anyone+Know+Anything+About+Backdoor.serv!fn?&source=bl&ots=42fOyM4vup&sig=p28o0byoFLVIY-jVNdeoRq5s68U&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi76L7UpczRAhWlzIMKHbadAcQQ My thought was that you shouldn't know anything that was happening on my computer. Funniest thing he said was that he was in Delaware…Hahah, loved the US accent. I don't know how much longer I could have kept it going but my time was running out so I did the usual "Police will like the tape of this" and

At that point, I decided to change my mind and no longer wanted to pay so much money for such a ridiculous scam. These days trojans are very common. I was not aware such scams were happening … I mean it's so easy to expose them. 1) if Microsoft was calling, they would upfront identify themselves specifically, instead the caller He asked me to look at the top.

Would you happen to remember their company's name? I alert all my non-technical friends to never open attachments/click on links unless the email sounds legit (and maybe not then either - until they check with the source), and just Despite knowing its a scam and hanging up, it'd be nice to get back at them for ruining my Sunday morning!!! Jerome Segura itsecuritypro: "At the end of the day, I haven’t really lost any documents since this was a Virtual Machine and not an actual computer. " Jerome Segura Thanks for

The Indian accented caller (who said his name was Fred), told me that my computer was unable to connect to windows update but, never fear, he could help. Thank you for sharing Jerome Segura Thanks for your comment patzy. I immediately recognized what this was all about and decided to play the game to see how far this would go.

I used to hang up on telemarketers, now I try to make them hang up on me.

Jerome Segura Thanks for the info, we will check this out. One thing to keep in mind: it's not just the letting them scam you out of some money for a service that's not needed; it's not just that they might wipe Every five minutes that I distract them is five minutes away from a potential victim. At this point I was ready to beg her to stop and she seemed to think it was enough convincing, that I was ripe enough to move on to the next

Trying to tell me about the messages that his phony "server" was getting, showing that there are errors on my computer. This just happened to me. I told him I knew it's a scam and doesn't he feel bad for trying to scam people, and how does he sleep at night, he told me to Shut up, How lucky I was…brrrr.

clubd20 I just had a phone call from someone with an Indian accent from Microsoft saying my computer is giving them hundreds of errors. I was sick of it and asked to speak to a supervisor. I would invent a new anti-scam to get back at them each time. Why would you let some random stranger connect to your PC?

I feigned concern over losing my machine or suffering irreparable damage.